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Know Enough.—Little Tommy was naughty one day, and obstinately refused to say his lesson to his governess. " But you know it quite well, I'm sure," protested tho young lady. "Yes," he admitted. "Well, why won't you say it?" she inquired. "What's the use?" he replied. If I say it you'll only make mc learn something else!" Member (shovriig visitor through): "Yes, my dear, every woiihiu ought to join a, club. It's so refreshing to blackball someone you don't like.''

and is often caused by an impoverished blood supply which also leads to a susceptibility to colds, coughs, infectious disease and serious constitutional disorders. SCOTT'S Emulsion enriches the blood, provides the righi food for muscles, borjes and brain and in this way brings the plumpness, vigour, vitality and strength ok robust health. To the weakly child, the worn-out mother and the wasted worker—give genuine 1874 Sne food tonic which Is approved by the world's foremost physicians.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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